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wikipedia - 07 Nov 2016 The Soviet hospital ship Armenia (Russian: теплоход «Армения») ...
The Soviet hospital ship Armenia (Russian: теплоход «Армения») was a transport ship operated by the Soviet Union during World War II to carry both wounded soldiers and military cargo. It had originally been built as a passenger ship for operations on the Black Sea.
Maritime Herald - 08 Nov 2018 At Least 5,000 People Died in 1941 When the Ship 'Armenia' Was Sunk by the Germans
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